PRICE REDUCED!! 1982 Bernardi Roadster-3 owners since new, rare automatic, & rare 6 Cylinder Ford-very peppy. 2 tone tan with brown fenders, tan soft top, plexiglass sliding side windows, tilt up front end, tan interior-MG/Morgan styling. the car has 45,600 original miles,is always garaged, and has a new car cover. The Bernardi is one of the best made cars of it's generation. Very rare model, built by the Blakely Auto Works, in Princeton,Wisconsin, was a show winner, in many car shows. these have the famous 2 layers of fiberglass with foam sandwiched in between. lots of headroom inside, with a good size trunk, a luggage rack, tilt seats with headrests, wood dash, 2.8 liter V6 Ford engine-very peppy, with a C4 automatic tranny. Most Bernardis were built with a 4 cyl and manual transmission. This car with the V6 and auto is very rare. front disc brakes, rear drums, rack pinion steering, wind deflectors, chrome rims with wire baskets, lots of chrome on the engine. the hood flips up, for easy engine access. very detailed fiberglass etc. under the hood, am/fm/stereo with CD, rare 2 tone creamy tan body with brown fenders, tan interior, tan top, unique tan side curtains, with sliding plexi glass, which is unique, smoked sun visors, 3 rear view mirrors, pinstripes, tinted windshield, heat,3 owners since new in 1982. all Ford parts, so its easy to maintain parts are reasonable, it gets great gas mileage. these cars can be used as daily drivers. Call (360)249-0022
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